My job was to build, and that's still my job - and I like that better than interviews.
It is the woman - nearly always - in spite of all the advances of modern feminism, who still takes responsibility for the bulk of the chores, as well as doing her paid job. This is true even in households where men try to be unselfish and to do their share.
A musician is a professional, whether he or she is successful or not. The profession itself must be regarded as a stable job.
Sometimes I feel like if I'm not getting people to boo me, then I'm not doing my job right.
For me, acting is not a job. It is something I love. I don't do these things for awards or rewards. I do them because I love challenges.
I often feel that my days in New York City, that I was here for five years, didn't get one job, went on a thousands of auditions and literally did not get a job on a soap, not a movie, not TV, not nothing, although I did do some commercials thank God.
Well, I've thought many times when my career was in the toilet, that I was going to have to seriously consider getting another job, I don't know what I'd do.
Fighting for a job - that's been my mindset every Spring Training.
It doesn't really matter the score or the situation: I got a job to do.
You're always still trying to win a job. That's everyone's mindset: come in here and fight for your job, win a job.
Once it gets to two strikes, it's time to battle, put something in play, and try to get the job done.